Meet Ghanaian Teen Musician NAJA who has assured Ghanaians of a Grammy Award Win Soon

Young Ghanaian singer and teenager, Naja real name Henrietta Nana Adjoa Marfowaa has assured Ghanaians of a Grammy Award win in the coming years.

This follows the heated conversation that struck the country after the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards ceremony held in  Los Angeles Convention Center in Los Angeles on March 14, 2021, which saw no Ghanaian win.

“Yes, I’m going to win the Grammy’s in the next three years. Because I believe in myself and the team behind me, so we are going to get there.” -Naja said

Naja made this known in an interview monitored by with Cookie Tee on the Showbiz segment of TV3’s New Day in an optimistic tone.

She has promised to win a Grammy Award win for Ghana in the next three years with the support from Ghanaians and his Management team.

Watch the Interview below;

In 2020, Naja participated in Joy Prime’s Studio Music Competition; a show that began with20 contestants who battled each other to win one of the 10 final slots

Naja together with Gudboi, Legend, Okesie and Quame Sicker were the finalists from Group A.

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Naja hails from Sunyani in the Bono Region of Ghana and loves to do all genres of music including Gospel and indicated that her musical journey started in junior high school.

“I want to do all of the genres. I can sing gospel music, and I have recorded gospel. It titled ‘Show me, love’ and yet to be released.”

Below is a video of her in School days;

Naja’s biggest hope is to see her song transcend the shores of Ghana when she was interviewed b Ghanaian blogger, Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku on Unlimited Chat with K.O.K where she revealed she wants to reach the future with great efforts and high hopes.

Naja real name Henrietta Nana Adwoa Marfowaa was crowned winner of the 2020 maiden edition of Joy Prime’s Studio Music Competition at age 15 with an impressive score from the Judges of the night, dancehall sensation Stonebwoy, and seasoned music producer, Dominic Ansa-Asare alongside the public votes.


She bagged bagged a one-year recording deal with Alpha Omega Media Group, GHC 80,000 worth of promotional airtime with Multimedia Group and a cash prize of GH¢10,000 given by Ghanaian entrepreneur and Afrobeat Superstar, Luminary DMR, who is known for his hit songs, Agyeiwaa and Bobobo.